SAILTEC's Cantalupi SEALED Katalog 2015 - page 33

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The SEALED
®
Sy are designed to offer three
protection barriers (ig.3) against the external water
pressure. Each barrier is tested through dedicated
procedures in compliance with the naval
certiications (prior approval supplied by the naval
certiications):
1st Barrier: External flange – Tempered glass –
Counter flange screwed to the cofferdam.
This is irst and most important protection against
the water pressure. The External flange,
the Tempered glass and the Counter flange
hinged to the cofferdam form a single body that
guarantees the perfect watertight protection.
In the lab a 320 kPa pressure is applied to this
part to pass the tests.
2nd Barrier: Lighting Core.
The Lighting Core is potted inside the ixture to
protect the light from water ingress.
3nd Barrier: rear hatch.
The rear hatch bolted to the cofferdam makes the
case completely watertight.
This is the last and ultimate barrier against the
accidental water ingress. It grants the maximum
safety level to the yacht.
WATERTIGHT PROTECTION
FIXTURE COMPOSITIONING
SEALED
®
Sy are designed and manufactured to
perform at the highest levels. The materials used are of
the best quality to work in the harshest environments.
The Light Body (ig.1) is assembled and sealed in one
piece in the factory to grant the highest watertight
protection. The glass is made of Tempered glass
10mm thick highly resistant to the impacts.
The aluminum relector, protected from the
environment by a ilm of sprayed metallic paint,
offers the widest beam angle for the maximum light
eficiency. The light body guarantees, through allen
screws and o-rings, the perfect mechanical holding.
Everything has been tested in compliance with the
highest standard and regulations.
figure 2 shows how easy is to remove the Lighting
Core from inside the hull without hauling the yacht
should servicing ever be required.
SY
-
SERIES
Lighting Core
External flange
Tempered glass
Fig.1
Fig.2
Lighting Core
3
rd
Barrier
320 kPa
2
nd
Barrier
320 kPa
1
st
Barrier
320 kPa
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